Brooklyn, NY • Wednesdays, February 26–June 3This season’s Novel Workshop is designed for writers with a substantially or fully complete draft of their novels. Each writer will have the opportunity to have their entire manuscript read and critiqued.
Brooklyn, NY • Thursday, February 27What are facts? Why should fiction writers care about them?
Brooklyn, NY • Saturday, February 29The legendary poetry teacher Martin Skoble, who has taught at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn for over forty years, leads a Master Class inspired by his belief that "poetry is a communal experience, not to be closed off and isolated."
Brooklyn, NY • Saturday, March 14How do we help the work we're writing find what it needs within us, and how to allow language to find things for the sake of the work?
A Public Space is an independent nonprofit publisher of an eponymous award-winning literary, arts, and culture magazine, and APS Books. Under the direction of founding editor Brigid Hughes since 2006, it has been our mission to seek out overlooked and unclassifiable work, and to publish writing from beyond established confines. Subscribe today, and join the conversation. More
Get the latest updates from A Public Space.
A one-year subscription to A Public Space includes three issues of the magazine as well as access to the online archive and membership in a dynamic community of readers and writers.